(39) Interview with Harriet Marjorie Caw by Mary Hutchinson (1981), 17-18, OH 3/1, SLSA
; Interview with Harriet Marjorie Caw by Beth Robertson (1979), 1-2, OH 31/3, SLSA
; Advertiser, 8 December 1943, 3.
(56.) Miriam Hyde's unpublished manuscripts for Heritage in Gell papers, SLSA
, PRG 633/29/8.
What has been clear for many years and what was shown in the breadth of papers and the discussions at the SLSA
session is that the field of Art, Culture and Heritage raises many different legal and ethical issues of local, national and international concern.
Thank you to Renee Lavery and Alex Templeton from SLSA
for facilitating the testing.
In its statement, the FAA noted, "Based upon its assessment of the special light-sport aircraft (SLSA
) manufacturing industry, the FAA is issuing this notice of policy to inform the public of its policy for assessing the accuracy of declarations made in Statements of Compliance issued for aircraft intended for airworthiness certification as SLSA
and to ensure that SLSA
conform to identified consensus standards.
Muhr, Thomas, 'Venezuela's 'revolutionary democracy': local organisation and the construction of a participatory regional governance structure', paper delivered at the Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA
) Conference, Bristol, UK, 1 April 2010.
According to the National Coastal Safety Report, released by SLSA
, 83 out of 94 people who drowned last financial year were men.
1' (report of sub-committee on Puericulture or Infant Nurture), Adelaide, 1916, State Library of South Australia (SLSA
); 'Care for the child.
Sustainable Livelihoods in Southern Africa (SLSA
Members of the Surf Life Saving Association (SLSA
) will be showing their skills on the day.
Presumably the diary will be available on the SLSA
web site where Barbara Wall's comprehensible chronological bibliography of Spence's writings as well as writings about her is accessible at http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/spence/
The Society for Literature and Science (SLS) was founded in 1985; its newsletter grew into the journal Configurations in 1993; and, due to a sustained influx of art scholars and new media artists throughout the 1990s and the early 2000s, the SLS reconfigured itself in 2004 as the Society for Science, Literature, and the Arts (SLSA